Enough gold in the sack?

Posted on July 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

|By Our Tribunal Correspondent| A heated skirmish took place at an Employment Tribunal in July, when Doug Goldsack presented his case for unfair dismissal against LCS Consulting International Ltd (LCS), a company jointly owned by healthcare finance and corporate consultants Paul Saper and Peter Champness. The amount claimed was £32,000, made up of various items including notice payment, unpaid salary, expenses and option rights benefit. A well known figure in the care sector, Mr Goldsack represented himself at the hearing. LCS was legally represented. The morning was taken up with Mr Goldsack setting out the basis of his claim, and this provoked some heated exchanges with both the LCS barrister and indeed the lady chairperson. Mr Goldsack, perhaps inevitably when representing himself, could not help but become both agitated and almost aggressive in some of his responses, which those present in the public seats felt did him no favours. There were various claims, suggestions and comments which took the tribuna

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